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  • 13.
    Monday Before Easter

    "Father to me thou art and mother dear,
    And brother too, kind husband of my heart -
    So speaks Andromache in boding fear,
    Ere from her last embrace her hero part -
    So evermore, by Faith's undying glow,
    We own the Crucified in weal or woe.

    Strange to our ears the church-bells of our home,
    This fragrance of our old paternal fields
    May be forgotten; and the time may come
    When the babe's kiss no sense of pleasure yields
    E'en to the doting mother: but Thine own
    Thou never canst forget, nor leave alone.

    There are who sigh that no fond heart is theirs,
    None loves them best--O vain and selfish sigh!
    Out of the bosom of His love He spares -
    The Father spares the Son, for thee to die:
    For thee He died--for thee He lives again:
    O'er thee He watches in His boundless reign.

    Thou art as much His care, as if beside
    Nor man nor angel lived in Heaven or earth:
    Thus sunbeams pour alike their glorious tide
    To light up worlds, or wake an insect's mirth:
    They shine and shine with unexhausted store -
    Thou art thy Saviour's darling--seek no more.

    On thee and thine, thy warfare and thine end,
    E'en in His hour of agony He thought,
    When, ere the final pang His soul should rend,
    The ransomed spirits one by one were brought
    To His mind's eye--two silent nights and days
    In calmness for His far-seen hour He stays.

    Ye vaulted cells, where martyred seers of old
    Far in the rocky walls of Sion sleep,
    Green terraces and arched fountains cold,
    Where lies the cypress shade so still and deep,
    Dear sacred haunts of glory and of woe,
    Help us, one hour, to trace His musings high and low:

    One heart-ennobling hour! It may not be:
    The unearthly thoughts have passed from earth away,
    And fast as evening sunbeams from the sea
    Thy footsteps all in Sion's deep decay
    Were blotted from the holy ground: yet dear
    Is every stone of hers; for Thou want surely here.

    There is a spot within this sacred dale
    That felt Thee kneeling--touched Thy prostrate brow:
    One Angel knows it. O might prayer avail
    To win that knowledge! sure each holy vow
    Less quickly from the unstable soul would fade,
    Offered where Christ in agony was laid.

    Might tear of ours once mingle with the blood
    That from His aching brow by moonlight fell,
    Over the mournful joy our thoughts would brood,
    Till they had framed within a guardian spell
    To chase repining fancies, as they rise,
    Like birds of evil wing, to mar our sacrifice.

    So dreams the heart self-flattering, fondly dreams; -
    Else wherefore, when the bitter waves o'erflow,
    Miss we the light, Gethsemane, that streams
    From thy dear name, where in His page of woe
    It shines, a pale kind star in winter's sky?
    Who vainly reads it there, in vain had seen Him die. read more »

  • 14.
    Botany Bay Eclogues 03 - Humphrey And William

    (Time, Noon.)


    HUMPHREY: read more »

  • 15.
    The Loss of the Eurydice

    <i>Foundered March 24. 1878</i>


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  • 16.
    A Hero

    Three times I had the lust to kill,
    To clutch a throat so young and fair,
    And squeeze with all my might until
    No breath of being lingered there. read more »

  • 17.
    Conscripts

    ‘Fall in, that awkward squad, and strike no more
    Attractive attitudes! Dress by the right!
    The luminous rich colours that you wore
    Have changed to hueless khaki in the night. read more »

  • 18.
    An Ode in Blessed Memory

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    A sudden bliss has seized my mind,
    And to a mountain peak it carries me
    Up where the wind's forgotten how to stir the trees; read more »

  • 19.
    He is more than a hero

    He is more than a hero
    he is a god in my eyes--
    the man who is allowed
    to sit beside you -- he read more »

  • 20.
    The Miraculous Escape of Robert Allan, the Fireman

    'Twas in the year of 1858, and on October the fourteenth day,
    That a fire broke out in a warehouse, and for hours blazed away;
    And the warehouse, now destroyed, was occupied by the Messrs R. Wylie, Hill & Co.,
    Situated in Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow. read more »

  • 21.
    Laodamia

    . "With sacrifice before the rising morn
    Vows have I made by fruitless hope inspired;
    And from the infernal Gods, 'mid shades forlorn
    Of night, my slaughtered Lord have I required: read more »

  • 22.
    Heroes

    This war's dead heroes, who has seen them?
    They rise in smoke above the burning city,
    Faint clouds, dissolving into sky — read more »

  • 23.
    Beowulf (Episode 24)

    BEOWULF spake, bairn of Ecgtheow: --
    "Lo, now, this sea-booty, son of Healfdene,
    Lord of Scyldings, we've lustily brought thee,
    sign of glory; thou seest it here. read more »

  • 24.
    Upon the Late Storm

    [And Death of His Highness Ensuing the Same.]

    We must resign! Heaven his great soul does claim
    In storms, as loud as his immortal fame; read more »

New Hero Poems

  1. The Valor And Hero, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  2. There are heroes, Harold R Hunt Sr
  3. I Know of a Hero, David Rose
  4. Yesterday's Hero, Charles Hancock
  5. Heroes, Devorah Gerber
  6. I yearned, Amina hareed
  7. Prophecy For Story Percy Jackson And The.., Ryan Brodesser
  8. My Hero, Snerdle Nerdbergle
  9. Heroes, Jim Yerman
  10. Hero, Lauwo George
  11. My heroes, Nassy Fesharaki
  12. My Hero Is My Dad, Jan Kurlapski
  13. MY HERO, Rob Hyden
  14. A Glimpse Into The Past, Heather Burns
  15. A Vixen, Floral Flower
  16. The Hero, Bijay Kant Dubey
  17. My Hero's, Kelsey Martinson
  18. Not Your Hero, Mark Beijer
  19. My Hero, Jazz Christopher
  20. Heroes, Peter Hall
  21. My Hero, Luna Black
  22. When A Hero Comes, Vasto Grom
  23. HERO, donald kuutsi
  24. Heroes, C. Albert Andrews
  25. Heros, jamie newcomb
  26. Hero, Alicia Meyers
  27. A Hero?, Timothy Venard
  28. What Is A Hero, Linda Patino
  29. The Hero, Julia Harner
  30. HEROES, PAUL OGUDA
  31. To be Hero, OLANIYAN KEHINDE HERO HKO
  32. ! Heroes Are Dead!, Marvin Brato Sr
  33. Hero, Steven Elsner
  34. A Hero, Vanessa Marin
  35. Hero, Nicholas Hrynchuk
  36. A Hero To Me, christian yanez
  37. Reflections, Yeremiah Hardt
  38. my hero, salsabila alkhatiry
  39. Zero, Nicholas Hrynchuk
  40. hero, Ricky Baker
  41. Heroes Are Born Within, Steven Elsner
  42. My Hero, Bamisaye Adeniran
  43. My hero, Paul Prescott
  44. I am My Hero, Atef Ayadi
  45. Mr. Hero, Shannon Nicole
  46. Stages Of A Hero, Naveed Akram
  47. Let Me Be Your HERO, Jo Hanna Erk
  48. complications, Nyein Way
  49. The Clock Strikes 12 and The Moment is G.., Seairra Kyger
  50. Where Are The Heroes?, Lone Dog
  51. A Hero, Ghost Poet
  52. The Hero To You Not A Hero To Me, Francis Duggan
  53. The Hero and The Villain, Noel Lopez
  54. Heroes, louis clarke
  55. Hero?, Racina Rodriguez
  56. My hero, McKenzie Mickey
  57. tourism ***** JOSE RIZAL BIRTH HOME REVI.., Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  58. HEROES, Lee Howlett
  59. Hero?, Mark R Slaughter
  60. my hero, danielle eager
  61. Hero's, Jim O'Donnell
  62. dont be a hero, coby salazar
  63. My one and only hero, ava smith
  64. a hero, daniel romero
  65. 'Hero', Juxtaposed Jealousy
  66. Heroes, Esther Hudson
  67. Savior, Silence Dogood
  68. Stories mirror the front, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  69. Will there be heroes?, Christine Natale
  70. The moment of zero, Shahad Raad
  71. My Heroes Or Heroines Do Good Deeds Ever.., Francis Duggan
  72. Your Hero, Francis Duggan
  73. my hero, SMILEY FACE )
  74. If You Have Your Own Heroes, Francis Duggan
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